About the Project
iLearn is a project co-financed by the European Commission in the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme with the aim to foster social inclusion, lifelong learning and voluntary work.
iLearn wants to offer a fruitful opportunity to learn, share experience and connect to each other to people with disabilities, parents or caretakers, volunteers and local authorities.
More specifically iLearn focuses on people with disabilities:
to facilitate their social inclusion using accessible ICT tools both for learning and networking parents and caretakers:
to provide them ICT solutions for getting information and sharing experiences volunteers:
to offer them opportunity to learn about the specifics of disabilities and for networking local authorities and policy makers:
to provide them with fruitful occasion to learn from different countries and practices.
Based on the results of a careful users’ needs analysis, iLearn partners are developing web 2.0 services, accessible ICT tools, specific learning materials and networking opportunities addressing these target groups.
The project – that lasts 2 years from 1 November 2011 to 31 October 2013 – is run by a consortium of 9 organizations based in 7 European Countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy, Spain, Slovenia (coordination) and Sweden.
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